What the results of a recent poll tell about re-Stalinization in post-Soviet Russia.
Taking Back Control
The Brexit vote was supposed to reestablish parliamentary sovereignty. It has done the opposite.
In the Dark of the Night
The old guard threatens the anti-corruption drive in Romania, provoking mass protests.
Trump supporters voted to shatter America’s static political landscape. They may end up with a spectrum familiar to Europeans.
“Sanction Putin’s Officials, Not Russia’s Economy”
It might seem like Russians stand firmly behind their president. Not so, says opposition leader Ilya Yashin. But the opposition has trouble making itself heard.
Moscow has had an expensive makeover while the regime ossifies.
“Democracy and Islam Go Together”
Lawmakers from the Islamist Ennahda party on turning Tunisia into a democracy.
What the EURO 2016 soccer championship tells us about the state Europe is in.
Cold War, mon amour
Why are films and television indulging a sudden nostalgia for the era?
Writing on the Wall
In Austria, Germany’s political parties catch an awful glimpse of the future.
Words Don’t Come Easy: “I epanastasi tou autonoitou”
Greece’s “self-evident revolution” (Η επανάσταση του αυτονόητου) stumbles over its children’s basic understanding of what’s right and what’s wrong.
A European Leitkultur
The current wave of immigration presents a huge opportunity for Europe.
The Use and Abuse of History
The peculiar ways President Vladimir Putin’s regime understands Russia’s past are feeding the current conflict with the West.